The Eyebeam Residency is a prestigious award for artists engaged with technology and technologists working in the arts. With the goal of invention and social impact, residents research and develop innovative projects for one year in shared Eyebeam studios located in the heart of Bushwick.
Residents receive a generous financial stipend, access to top-notch facilities as well as a dynamic and engaged community. Frequent critiques and mentorship sessions by leaders in the arts, business, and technology sectors round out the Eyebeam experience.
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Duration: 1 year
Start Date: November 2018
Commitment: Min. 8 hours a day, 3 days a week, during business hours
Openings: Max. 5 per year
Funding: Up to $25,000
The Residency is for those who want the time and space to completely reinvent their practice. Residents pursue creative research in relation to the annual focus, and help Eyebeam redefine the meaning of technology.
Work generated by artists during their residency—whether art, research, code, or machines—are to be made open source and accessible to the public through teaching tools, open events, public repositories, and online documentation.
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